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Corrrelation between loss of enzymatic activity and of protein from cells infected with pseudorabies virus

Virology

Apr 1, 1967

J ZemlaA S Kaplan

PMID: 6067136

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Culture Techniques
Phosphotransferases
Pseudorabies
Ultracentrifugation
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Corrrelation between loss of enzymatic activity and of protein from cells infected with pseudorabies virus

Virology

Apr 1, 1967

J ZemlaA S Kaplan

PMID: 6067136

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Abstract

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Mentioned in this Paper

Culture Techniques
Phosphotransferases
Pseudorabies
Ultracentrifugation

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Pseudorabies

Pseudorabies is caused by the pseudorabies virus, also known as Suid herpesvirus 1. This disease is found in swine and other economically important animals. Discover the latest research on pseudorabies here.

Viral Packing & Assembly

Viral capsids typically self-assemble around the viral genome in the host cytoplasm. This feed focuses on mechanisms that play a role in packaging viral DNA into the capsid.

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